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Board of Education

Iroquois Central School Board of Education 2024-2025

The Iroquois Central School District is well known for the dedication and commitment of its Board of Education. Much of the strength of the school district is derived from the long tradition of stability and consistency of purpose, a proud hallmark of the Iroquois Board of Education. The Board is comprised of seven elected officials who carry five-year terms.

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Board of Education Responsibilities

The Iroquois Board of Education consists of seven community members who are each elected to a five-year term.  As our elected representatives and as officers of New York State, the Board must carry out duties imposed by the state's Legislature, Board of Regents, and Commissioner of Education.

The Board of Education does not have the day-to-day responsibilities of running a school district, rather their role is oversight and setting policy; the Superintendent of Schools is responsible for all aspects of the running the district and he/she reports to the Board.  

Responsibilities include:

  • Maintain strong ethical standards.
  • To review, revise, and uphold existing policies while also adopting new ones as necessary.
  • Develop a budget and present it to the community, aligning district resources to improve academic success.
  • Create a shared vision for the future of education.
  • Review student achievement outcomes with rigorous accountability.
  • Ratify collective bargaining agreements.       
  • Hire and evaluate the superintendent.